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Old 10-28-2005, 08:03 AM
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1951 ford f1 truck

can any one tell me how wide a rear axle from hub to hub is. on a a 1951 ford f1 truck. i am going to put disk brakes on a 9 inch axle that i have. but am unsure of the width. thanks for any help. scott

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I would worry about what wheels and tires you want to use. Put them where you want them and determine the axle width from there.
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Sorry - I am running a 9" rear end in my 51 Ford, but my truck is unaccessible for the moment. I will gladly get you some info as soon as I can
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thanks for any help. but i have found a jaguar rear axle assemble that is the right width. but need to find out what car it came out of. if you know any one let me know. thanks scott
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Craig (I think he goes by Klassik here) from Australia has just completed a Jag install on his current project. I will alert him to this thread and see if he can help you out. Craig is the one who designed the www.hotrodders.com t-shirt by the way.

Please let me know how the jag rear end works out. I currently have a Ford 9" that is locked up. I am looking for a parts car to get all the innards out of to get my truck back on the road. I would love to find a 12 cylinder Jag somewhere that has been totaled and would make a great parts car.
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